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Subject: Cooperative aspect rss

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Henrik Schmidt
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Is there a cooperative element so that players can aid another in combat or is each player doing his turn/fight solitaire ?

I know you can play fate tokens for other players. Is there more ?

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Matthias Adler
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Yes, there is.
It depends on the cards you already played on the table or hold in the hands. However, these opportunities are limited, therefore often your turn will feel a bit solitaire, especially if everything works fine, then no one will intercept, because no one needs to help you. Only you know your cards, so if you might follow or not follow suggestion of your buddies is up to you, it is your decision.

On the other hand you might have decided otherwise, if you had known, that another player holds a specific card. How much interaction/table talk happens to have an idea of the other player's options/intentions is up to each playround, it is not really mentioned or even suggested in the rules. As a game owner knowing the rules I had often questions of new players about how a specific card works, magically adding to my knowledge of their actual options to play, a knowledge, which the rules have not foreseen.

A main cooperative option are your healing cards. For most of those cards you decide who benefits. Other cards work often the same about the part 'Who benefits?'. Adding up your damage or hitting probabilities or card drawing or other nice special options. You might foresee a fraction of those options helping each other, because some of those options are seen in the cards already on the table. However, some of those might still need to be played and, more important, a major cooperative option is in those 'Free Action'-cards, which are instant effect cards and can be played in another player's turn. You won't know, if a player has such a card, nor if he is willing to play it.

About fate points: Ownership matters! Two options to use them are for your own only and two options are cooperative. Which option is more effective and guessing, if someone else should better spend a fate for a common benefit (and if they do), is a twist, you will have to decide on your own.
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